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Ride Cautiously. See You On The Trail!
Respect Landowners. Ask Permission!

Caribou Snowmobile Club
2006 Officers And Directors

Caribou Snowmobile Club
2006 Officers & Directors
Seated (LtoR) Marvin Helstrom (Sec.), Lloyd Lagassie (V.P.) Reg Hanson (Pres.)Lyle Gengler, (Treas.) Standing (LtoR) Directors Dwight Stickles, Don Merritt, Bev Libby, Duane McCubrey, Tracey Brown, Brian Sutherland and Kendall Sutherland

Following Are A Few Shots Taken At The Caribou Snowmobile Club 2/11/06 Hot Dog Roast

CSC Hot Dog Roast 2-11-06
Customers Make Their Selections

Caribou Snowmonbile Club Hot Dog Roast 2/11/06
Chef Hanson, Jim Williams, Dwight Stickles Emirel Lagasse At Work

Caribou Snowmobile Club Hot Dog Roast 2/11/06
Gary Marquis Swap Sled Stories

Caribou Snowmobile Ckub Ho Dog Roast 2/11/06
Dwight Stickles Welcomes Two Riders rom Rockland

Caribou Snowmobile Club Hot Dog Roast 2/11/06
Chef Reg Prepares His Specialities

Caribou Snowmobile Club Hot Dog Roast 2/11/06
Gary Marquis Lands His Antique Polaris TX

Caribou Snowmobile Club Hot Dog Roast 2/11/06

DEnnis Andrerson, Kendall Sutherland, Andy Santerre, Don Akerly and Jim Williams

Caribou Snowmobile Club Hot Dog Roast 2/11/06
Gary Merritt Glides In With His Antique Polaris

Caribou Snowmobile Club Hot Dog Roast 2/11/06
Kendall Sutherland Gets Up Close With His John Deere

The Scenes Below Are From The Last Antique Snowmobile Ride

Kendall Sutherland Prepares For The Maiden Voyage
Of His 64 Polaris Voyager

Gary Merritt Atop His 65 Polaris Mustang
Tames The Trail

It's Hard To Get Far Enough Ahead Of Don Akeley
To Get A Picture Of His 81 Citation

Bryan Wylie Atop His 68 Polaris Colt
Chews Up The Snow

Kendall Sutherland Piolts His 64 Voyager
Over The Trail

The Results Of Many Hours Of Loving Care
Antiqi\ue Ski Doo, Polaris And Manta Rays On Display

Gary Marquis & Don Akeley Discuss The
Assets and Liabilities Of Ski Doo

Return With Us To The Thrilling Days Of Yesteryear
When Over The Hills Come Restored Antique Sleds

Kendall, Gary and Gary Enjoy Rest Stop
On TheTrail

Tall Tales Told & Lies Swapped
Hearty Breakfast Highlights Rides

Sunny Saturday Antique Snowmobilers
Gang Goes For Sunny Saturday Ride

Shown Below Aree Scenes From The Caribou Snowmobile 2004 and 2005 Hot Dog Roasts

Here's the "No Right Click" Code!

Click On the Patch
To Go To Their Site!

Caribou Snowmobile Trails Are The Best In The Area.
Just Ask Your Sled. They Can't Be Beat! Give Your Seat A Treat!

Caribou Trails. The Best In The Northeast!
This Year Treat Your Track!

Treat Your Wife To A Sunday Drive
That's Out Of The Ordinary. I Did!

Slow Down, Ride To The Right
This Could Be Me Coming Around The Next Bend! As A Matter Of Fact It Is Me!

Caribou Snowmobile Club Trails

In snowmobiling the club is everything. Without clubs, snowmobiling is nothing. Local club trails are the backbone of the trail system. They are the hidden secret. These are the trails to visit when you want a nice ride. You will have to join the Club to find out where they are or be an old fashioned explorer.

There are over 30 miles of club trail in the Caribou area maintained by dedicated Club members. These Club members are the cream of the crop. Without them we would have to resort to pushing and pulling our machines over the next hill. They are justifiably proud of the impact that snowmobiling has on the community. If you are thinking of visiting Caribou during mid-January and mid-March make your reservations now. Many facilities begin filling before the snow flies.

Local trails are well marked and groomed. Obtain a map available at many local concerns. Get away from the mad dash of the out of staters who cant wait to get there. Slow down and look for trail numbers that have a letter extension such as A. There you will find beautiful scenery found only around Caribou. Stay on the marked trail. Its marked for a reason according to landowner permission. Once you leave your own land you are trespassing unless you have the landowners ok. Think about it!

Take your camera along and record the breathtaking scenery. Email us a copy. Well post it and give you the byline. Our Email address is:

Then share our address:

 with your friends and family from away so they can share your experiences. Have fun. Enjoy!

Caribou Trail System, Ride Cautiously
To The Right, SLOW DOWN! Be Aware!

Norm Shares A Peak Under The Hood To Don, Kendall
Gary Marquis, Gary Merritt & Bruce & Gail Bartel

The Crew With All Smiles On The Trail
Bruce, Don, Kendall, Gary Marquis & Gary Merritt